Small powerhouse! When it comes to small PCs, Zotac is well known to many. With the MEK MINI, the manufacturer offers decent gaming performance in the smallest of spaces and almost completely forgoes the use of laptop components. We have taken a closer look at what the small PC is capable of and summarized it for you in this review.
The Zotac MEK MINI, which was presented to the public for the first time at Computex 2018, was developed from a concept study. At that time, still without the RTX Super cards and based on the 8th generation of Intel Core processors, the gaming PC, which is only 9.2 liters in size, celebrated its debut. In the new edition, Zotac has given the compact computer a small performance upgrade with Intel’s 9th generation of Core CPUs and the RTX Super cards from Nvidia.
For our test, we have the faster of the two available Zotac MEK MINI models. It is based on an Intel Core i7-9700 and a GeForce RTX 2070 Super, which also comes from Zotac itself as a mini variant. These are desktop components, which can even be upgraded with a little skill. Furthermore, buyers get 16 GB of DDR4 RAM and a storage combination of SSD (240 GB) and HDD (2 TB).
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